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My husband just about fried his brain with drugs. He can't concentrate or even keep a job. He gets very discouraged, but what can I do to help him?
Billy Graham writes, "You're already doing one of the most important things you can do for your husband: You are trying to help him, and you are loving him in spite of his problems."
I've been in a drug rehab clinic for six months and I'm due to get out in time for the holidays. I guess I'm looking forward to it, but frankly I'm also scared because I'm not sure I'll be able to stay off drugs once I get around my old friends. Please pray for me.
Have you talked about your fears with those who have helped you during these last six months?
Please pray that I'll know what to do with my niece. She's in her 30s and on drugs, and after her family kicked her out she moved in with me. But last week, she stole money out of my purse to buy drugs, and now I'm not sure she'll ever change. I guess I didn't realize how terrible drugs are.
You are probably right; nothing will change for your niece if she keeps on living the way she is right now (unless she gets arrested or destroys herself).
When You Need to Change
After accepting Christ into his life, Bill Lenz helped start a church whose congregation grew from 13 to 3,000.
Jesus Turned My Life Around
Once mired in drugs and alcohol, Jennifer Ogilvie accepted Christ at the 2001 Billy Graham Crusade in Fresno, Calif., and was a counselor at the April 2004 Franklin Graham Festival in Bakersfield.
An Amazing Journey
Linda McCrary-Fisher, of the Tommy Coomes Band, tells of her journey back to God from her experiences in one of the most drug-infested parks in the country.